Construction continues on Queensland’s largest basement
Queen’s Wharf Brisbane is fast progressing towards some key milestones this year.
With COVID-19 requirements in place, construction has been continuing on the basement levels which remain on track to be completed by mid-May 2020.
Multiplex Project Director Dayne May said the podium levels will be at a height above the Riverside Expressway by mid-May.
“William Street is being re-built through the centre of the site, while works progress on the basement levels, all four towers lift and stairwell cores,” he said.
“Multiplex has implemented COVID-19 social distancing and other requirements which has changed the way workers interact with each other on-site and during lunch breaks – each worker and their location is mapped on any given day.
“The health and safety of our workers is a priority as Multiplex continues reviewing and applying government social distancing practices on the project as the situation evolves.
“There are currently over 400 workers on-site who have all played a pivotal role keeping the project running while following social distancing practices – this is something we can all be proud of as a project team.”
Multiplex is continuing construction on the integrated resort development which includes building the basement levels, four tower structures, facades, podium levels and iconic sky deck.
Available work packages open for tender are available on the ICN gateway page at https://gateway.icn.org.au/project/4499/queens-wharf-ird-part-a
For construction related enquiries, contact Multiplex either via phone 1800 931 760 or email firstname.lastname@example.org